Logan, UT-based Crumbl Cookies is coming to Amherst to compete with Insomnia Cookies, an all-time favorite joint among college students.
Zach Liberatore was studying to become a therapist. A sixth-year health and human services major at UB, Liberatore found his passion in counseling fellow students and late-night intramural basketball games in the Alumni Arena basement triple-gym.
Last month, UB received a $293,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to build micro-training courses for computer science faculty. But while neurodiverse students in other majors say they support the initiative, some wish the program would extend to them as well.
UB community members have donated at least $58,335 to the two major candidates in Tuesday’s Buffalo mayoral race.
In light of worrying mental health trends and the COVID-19 pandemic, The Spectrum sat down with Vice President for Student Life Brian Hamluk to discuss mental health on campus.
“Sending Duo push cleanses my energy.”
As we all inch closer to graduation, the prospect of working for corporate America becomes less and less appealing.
UB students will head to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 2 to cast their vote for mayor of Buffalo and other local races. Incumbent Byron Brown (I) is running a write-in campaign against Democratic nominee India Walton (D) in a showdown the city won’t soon forget.
Sept. 15 marked the start of National Hispanic American Heritage Month. For students looking to celebrate the achievements and contributions of Hispanic Americans or learn more about Latinx/Hispanic culture, UB and the Buffalo community are hosting everything from mixers and movie nights to academic lectures.
For musician, poet and playwright Kae Tempest, 2020 was a year to ruminate on the small details of life and find meaning in the little things.